Careers using Computing

A computing degree can lead to a wide and varied career. As a graduate of a computing discipline, you will be in demand in a variety of sectors from health and science to IT software and service organisations. From engineering and construction to the retail sector and beyond.

Computing - Kerr Marin-MillerOur graduates are now widely spread across various sectors, for example:

  • IT software and service organisations
  • Technology services
  • Energy
  • Finance
  • Health and Science
  • Engineering and Construction
  • IT Development

    As a Systems Developer, you will work within organisations to solve computer problems.

  • Software

    There is a range of career options if you choose to work in software development.

  • Web & Multimedia Development

    Use your creative and technical skills in a career in website development.

  1. Computing Careers News - from Scotland on Sunday

    School of Computing teasers

    Computing graduates in demand - report from ScotlandIS.

  1. Google graduation

    MSc graduate finds a way to improve one of the world's leading search engines.

    Maryam Kontagora

  1. IT graduates byte the bullet and start their own consultancy

    Three IT graduates take the leap and start their own computing company

    John Lauder, Stephen Coull and Kieran Hall Business Computing


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